How to find the clock generator (PLL) in your notebook/desktop.

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  1. lp515

    lp515 Notebook Enthusiast

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    OK thanks . About the ram , if each ram runs at 533 MHz ( 1066 MHz total ) and i buy 666.5 MHz (1333 MHz total ) , will it still run at 533 because of the slow fsb i have ? This is the last thing i will bug you with :p.
     
  2. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    I'm sorry but I don't know much about these new chipsets with core i CPUs.

    I don't think you have an FSB but I do think that if you buy 1333MHz ram it will run at 1066MHz because that's what your i5 CPU can support (see under "Memory Types"):
    http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=43537&code=430m

    If you had an i7 CPU, that would probably allow the ram to run at 1333MHz.

    But don't quote me on this.
     
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    lp515 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ok thanks for the info and answering all my question :) So beside going from 4 to 8 GB i can't get any better :(
     
  4. Upper1

    Upper1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I think my Code is: ICS9DB403DGLF

    or is the pll one of the other two codes?
     
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    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    replied in other thread.

    EDIT:
    @Dufus, that PLL you found the datasheet is good.

    You can pin mod it to increase the CPU frequency.

    I suggest contacting abo (setfsb creator) and give him the datasheet. He may be able to get setfsb to work for you.

    Otherwise you can try a pin mod (I can give you some help with this).
     
  7. Upper1

    Upper1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for help, I send it to abo.



    I contcated some resellers of clevo to help me out.

    Pinmod ... I think my warranty is done if I do that :D

    A Sofmod would be most precious. May I open my notebook again, it seams that there is a kind of sandwich of two mother boards ... = /

     
  8. moral hazard

    moral hazard Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Where did you get that quote from?

    My advice is to make sure you have all of the info he needs (see his webpage). If you have specific things for him to add to setfsb, that should'nt be a problem.
     
  9. Dufus

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    I wonder if it's because there is already a CV193 selection in the old free SetFSB. Have you tried it?
     
  10. Upper1

    Upper1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey you're right seams to work !! :D :D:D


    Here my stable results @ 84°C Prime95

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